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What If Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Was Good?

by Kenny Hoeschen

We previously shared Michael Barryte’s look at Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, in which he examined how he would change that film to make it good. Prior to that, Barryte looked at Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace and what it would take to make that good.

He begins by pointing out that Episode I was lacking a main character, at that it should really be Obi Wan’s story. And he, thankfully, finds that Jar-Jar adds nothing to the story and can be left on the cutting room floor altogether. We’ll let you listen to the entire analysis and hypothetical changes to the film.

NSFW: Language.

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